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Elgar Introduction & Allegro and Serenade For Strings 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape Dolby

Elgar Introduction & Allegro and Serenade For Strings 7 1/2 IPS Reel Tape Dolby

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Brace yourself for a symphonic journey like no other with Elgar's Introduction & Allegro, Opus 47, and Serenade For Strings, Opus 20, presented by the esteemed Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields, conducted by the maestro Neville Marriner, now resurrected in the timeless allure of reel-to-reel tape! Recorded during an era when musical refinement was at its peak, these compositions whisk you away to a world of elegance and harmony. Whether you're hosting a soirée or simply seeking a dose of classical brilliance, this reel-to-reel tape promises to transport you to a realm of auditory bliss. So, dust off your vintage tape player, pour yourself a glass of bubbly (or two), and prepare to be enraptured by Elgar and Marriner—it's classical sophistication with a twist of retro flair!


  • Name: Elgar: Introduction & Allegro, Opus 47 and Serenade For Strings, Opus 20 by The Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields conducted by Neville Marriner
  • Tape Speed: 4 Track, Stereo, 7 1/2 IPS 
  • Tape Type: 7" Plastic Reel
  • Tape # ARG E 573
  • Track List:
    • Introduction & Allegro In g & G, Opus 47
    • Sospiri For Strings, Harp and Organ, Opus 70
    • Serenade In E For Strings, Opus 20
    • Elegy For Strings, Opus 58
    • Suite From The Spanish Lady

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